Your kids’ fave Disney character is Woody and their most coveted possession is their Nemo plush toy. Sound familiar? While it’s pretty much impossible to raise kids these days without them coming into contact with Woody, Nemo, Simba or Mickey Mouse, you may be surprised to discover that Disney hasn’t fully extended their reach to newborns and new moms. Until now. Say hello to the new kid (errr…baby) on the block, Disney Baby, which debuted its first retail store and online boutique this past week.

Disney Baby is all about providing high quality products for newborns for various times throughout a baby’s day such as play time, in the nursery, bath time, and meal time. Some of our favorite items from Disney Baby’s new collection include Winnie the Pooh Baby Receiving Blankets ($19.50 for a set of three), Finding Nemo hooded towel ($24.50), Minnie Mouse stroller ($219.50), and their too-cute baby body suits ($14.50) that come in a variety of different designs like 101 Dalmatians and Monsters. All of the apparel and sleepwear sold is made with 100% organic cotton. Sweet!

If you live in the Los Angeles area, head on over to the first ever Disney Baby Boutique located at The Americana at Brand in Glendale. Disney Baby celebrated its grand opening with a huge bash, which saw 20 expectant military moms in attendance who were treated to a shopping spree and baby shower, celebs like Ali Landry and actress Allison Sweeney along with their kids, and of course, a bevy of Disney characters.

For those not near Los Angeles, fear not because the Disney Baby online boutique is super easy to navigate, especially for those searching for newborn gifts. Shopping is totally easy and we gotta admit that with Halloween approaching, some of the styles would make adorable baby costumes such as this Tinkerbell outfit or this Buzz Lightyear Getup.

Disney Baby at Americana at Brand
732 Americana Way
Glendale, Ca
818-638-8016 
Online Store: disneystore.com/disney-baby

Do you plan to check out Disney’s newborn collection? What Disney movie is your kids’ favorite? Let us know in the comment section below!

— Erin Lem